The video signal can be recorded in many ways. For transient storage and processing, the signal can be digitized and placed in solid-state chips in a frame buffer. For long-term storage of digital computer-processed video images, floppy or hard magnetic disks can be used. These magnetic disks, while too slow to capture (fully-resolved) dynamic scenes in real time, can in principle store digitized images without loss of spatial resolution. Video pictures can also be recorded by photographing the video monitor to produce sequences of snapshots or copied with a kinescope to produce a motion picture (Sections 12.1, 12.6).
KeywordsVideo Signal Video Microscopy Video Track Magnetic Disk Guard Band
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